Ubi ire?


Common Expressions
Less Common Expressions
Latin Distraction


Talkin' Like The Ancient Romans

If you look around, you'll see the Latin language everywhere. It's printed on your money ("E Pluribus Unum"), you'll find it in the courts ("amicus curiae" briefings), you use Latin abbreviations when you're writing ("dogs, cats, gerbils, capyberas, etc"), it might even be there on that old TV that you're watching, if you've got a Magnavox. You just can't get away from it.

So, You'd like to be able to speak some ancient Latin, eh?
Well, you've come to the right place. Choose your destination from the links to the left, and journey into the Lingua Latine!

Latin: Because You Never Know When You'll Find Yourself In Ancient Rome.

Last Updated May 26, 2005.

Copyright © 2002-2005 Adam Howard. All Rights Reserved. My legal staff has advised that I print the following disclaimer: This Latin Guide is provided "as-is" with no warranties as to its usefulness or accuracy. So if you find yourself in the gladiator pit, don't come running to me.

Note: a few translations: "E Pluribus Unum" ("one among many"), "amicus curiae" ("friend of the court"), et cetera ("and the rest"), "magna vox" ("great voice"), "Novus Ordo Seclorum" ("A New Order of the Ages"). Just so you know.